After the Country Music Association announced media restriction centered around the CMA Awards, it seems the CMA has had a change of heart.
Originally, the restrictions prohibited media agencies from asking artists about the following topics:
- The Mass Shooting in Las Vegas
- Anything to do with guns
However, after the news surfaced, several country artists took to social media to voice their disapproval -- including long-time co-host Brad Paisley.
I'm sure the CMA will do the right thing and rescind these ridiculous and unfair press guidelines. In 3...2....1.....
Bravo CMA awards for doing the right thing & apologizing for this mistake. All are welcome, let's have a great show.
According to News 13 Now, The Country Music Association released a press release on Friday that lifted the restrictions.
The CMA Awards will air tomorrow evening on the ABC Network.
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